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Rebecca Burnham Kallaher (#46872588)
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cjwilder
Death date for Euphrasia Holladay Wilder
Rebecca, Euphrasia Holladay Wilder was still living in 1880, but she is deceased by 1900. She appears in the 1880 Federal Census, Carthage, Leake Co., MS, her age is given as 56 and living in the household are her sons: Felix age 32, and John T. age 24. Her first name in the 1880 Federal Census is spelled: Upheana Wilder. Euphrasia Holladay and James W. Wilder were married 1 August 1841 Taliaferro Co., GA, the marriage is found in Taliaferro County Marriage Book 1826-1870, page 138.
Added by cjwilder on Mar 26, 2015 11:28 PM
Mary Quirk-Thompson
Michael Quirk and family
Hi Rebecca,
I was wondering if you would transfer Michael Quirk and his family to my care. I should add the none Quirks also buried there. And then I should link him to his parents, sibs and children not buried with him.
Thank you for the great care that you took of the Quirk family.

Sincerely,
Mary Quirk-Thompson
Added by Mary Quirk-Thompson on Feb 11, 2015 11:36 AM
Tom Thompson
Puckett to Johns
Please move my aunt Ora V. Burnham from Puckett, MS to Johns, MS to be beside her husband Ellis O. Burnham.
Added by Tom Thompson on Dec 29, 2014 1:58 PM
Jimmy C.
RE: samuel waggoner memorial
I have been curious about the Wilder name in our family but have done little to no research. This link might help:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/wilder/messages/1253.html
It's possible that Rutha WAGGONER WILDER was a sister to James Merrill WAGGONER, 1805-1883 (my g-g-grandfather).
There is a Wilder Road off MS Highway 429 between Carthage and Thomastown not far from where J. M. Waggoner is buried.
Good luck and let me know if you do find a connection.
Jim
Added by Jimmy C. on Jun 29, 2014 5:59 PM
Janet Odom Thornton
Angeline
Did you discover that Angeline was an Elliott and not a Barber? Both Angeline and Annie Tullos Barber are ancestors on two sides of the family; so, I'm very interested if you found some info verifying her maiden name. Hope to hear from you. my email: jannandjer@gmail.com We have been in touch before. Thanks, Janet Thornton
Added by Janet Odom Thornton on Mar 23, 2014 3:45 PM
Kerry Hughes
John H Hughes
Hi Rebecca,

I was hoping you could tell me a little more about John H Hughes #57460882. Do you know what yr he came to America or his middle name,anything else prior to his marriage in 1893. he could be the elusive ancestor I've been searching for.
Thank you
Kerry Hughes.
Added by Kerry Hughes on Sep 26, 2013 5:42 PM
Ben H. Burnham
duplicate listing
Hi Rebecca,

Shawn also has a listing for Philesta.
Added by Ben H. Burnham on Jul 07, 2013 8:28 AM
Ben H. Burnham
Madison L. Burnham
Hi Rebecca,

I finally found some information on (Matt)Madison Burnham.

His real name is in fact Madison. He signed his military registration as L. Madison Burnham. He and Donna had three boys, Ray, Gaddis and Bailey.
Added by Ben H. Burnham on Jul 07, 2013 7:55 AM
Anonymous
Anne Burnham
Hi there Rebecca,
We are cousins.
Felista is my great grandmother. Her paretns are Ellis and Anne Burnham.
Shawn Johnson
Added by Anonymous on May 22, 2013 11:53 PM
Bobby J. Chamberlain
Garrick W. Heiskell
His first name was "Carrick" rather than "Garrick."
Added by Bobby J. Chamberlain on Oct 13, 2012 10:22 AM
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